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C&R handgun shipment to C&R holder in Maryland

martind18martind18 Member Posts: 4
Can a Maryland C&R holder have a C&R eligible Handgun shipped directly to them from a FFL dealer in another state?

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  • nmyersnmyers Member Posts: 16,270 ✭✭✭
    edited February 27
    Yes.  But, you cannot ship a magazine with a capacity  > 10 rds.
    And, of course, you can only ship Next Day Air via Fedex or UPS.

    Maryland law has nothing to do with it; it's the postal service.  USPS regulations require that, in order to mail a handgun, both sender & receiver must be a dealer (or distributor or manufacturer).  That leaves Fedex & UPS as the only common carriers willing to ship handguns for non-licensees, & both require that handguns be shipped Next Day Air, which is expensive.  So, sometimes a C&R holder is considered a licensee, sometimes not.
  • jim_lemayjim_lemay Member Posts: 3,173 ✭✭✭
    nmyers said:
    Yes.  But, you cannot ship a magazine with a capacity  > 10 rds.
    And, of course, you can only ship Next Day Air via Fedex or UPS.
    I believe you are incorrect on requirement for 01FFL to ship to a 03FFL via Next Day Air via FedEx or UPS. Is there something in Maryland (03FFL's State) Laws which require the shipping 01FFL to use common carriers for shipping?
  • golferboy426golferboy426 Member Posts: 942 ✭✭
    USPS will only allow handguns shipped between actual dealers  See form PS 1508
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